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Our swimming pool light is used in underwater for swimming and spa pool
The material of the lamp is PC plastic which is anti-rust ， anti-UV，corrosion resistance
And the lamp is filled with epoxy inside,which makes it 100% waterproof
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With an DT-9922B multimeter, I measured the AC voltage induced in the human body (mine) when in contact with a lamp fitted with an incandescent light bulb, then a CFL, then an LED.
It was a quick & dirty video with no editing. I didn’t grab the red test lead properly at times…sorry but I’m not about to re-record a better one! (Too much chores to do!)
Both the incandescent light bulb and LED yielded about 10 volts when touching either the lamp, the lamp cord or the bulb itself. The CFL yielded almost 15 volts when touching the lamp BUT 619 volts when touching the lamp itself. But you’re not usually touching anything anyway, in which case, it looks like the most induced voltage was about 1 volt.
The multimeter has a frequency response up to 20 kHz so any higher frequency couldn’t be measured by the meter. So if the LED produces a higher frequency in electrosmog I wouldn’t be able to detect it. On the other hand, I would think that if it did, there would be subharmonics produced anyway and I would be able to detect that. Only way is to actually get an electrosmog meter.
BTW, I attached the black test lead to ground (copper pipe of the house plumbing system).
Now assuming 2 meters through the body and you’re not touching the lamp, you’re getting about 1 volt over 2 meters or 0.5 V/m. Royal Society of Canada’s 2000 recommendation on Ontario Hydro was 4000 V/m. So that is well within the current official safety limit.
HOWEVER, this report does acknowledge the higher risk of leukemia and non-Hodgkins lymphoma at average levels above only 10 V/m. So don’t go hugging electrical cords or touching CFL’s.
So it looks like induction from AC wiring alone should be OK unless you are actually sleeping with an electric blanket or you’re a geek with a lot of electronics.
On the other hand, higher frequencies (MHz) get absorbed by the body more readily. So WiFi, 3G, microwave ovens, etc. are a different story.
Solar Led Brick Lights perfect to put in between interlocking paver’s
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